The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between physical education and sports teachers' job performance and organizational justice perceptions. The universe of the researchers is 224 physical education and sports teachers working in public and private secondary and high schools in Isparta Province, and the sample group consists of 162 physical education and sports teachers. In the study, personal information form as a data collection tool, organizational justice scale prepared by Moorman (1991) and adapted in Turkish by Yıldırım (2010), and the job performance scale prepared by Kirkman and Rosen (1999) with Sigler and Pearson (2000) and adapted in Turkish by Çöl (2008) was used. IBM SPSS statistical software was used to analyze the data. The arithmetic mean and standard deviation of the scores of the teachers on the scales are presented as X ± Sd. Pearson momentum correlation analysis (r) was applied to reveal the relationship between the scores obtained from the scales. As a result, a negative relation was made firm between physical education and sports teachers' job performance and organizational justice sense. This situation arises from the fact that the students who are in the preparation phase of important exams such as LGS and YKS have a higher level of interest in the courses required for these exams, as well as the praise and reward of managers and administrators for these course teachers. In addition, it is thought that not being rewarded adequately by managers or administrators in return for their job performances by physical education and sports teachers, they negatively affect their perception of organizational justice.
Physical education and sports, job performance, organizational justice perception.